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Cedar Rapids debris removal

CEDAR RAPIDS (KWWL) -- Tree debris removal from recent storms will be handled on normally scheduled pick up days.

The city would like to remind everyone of the rules for preparing branches and brush for pickup.

Branches:

  • Brush must be bundled and tied with biodegradable twine or cord (no wire or nylon cord).
  • Bundles must not be larger than 3 feet long by 2 feet in diameter.
  • Bundles must weigh less than 40 lbs.
  • Place bundled brush beside the YARDY cart.

Brush:

  • All branches must be less than 5 inches in diameter and less than 3 feet long.
  • Branches must be bundled and tied with biodegradable twine or cord (no wire or nylon cord).
  • Bundles must be no larger than 3 feet long by 2 feet in diameter.
  • Bundles must weigh less than 40 lbs.
  • Place bundled branches beside YARDY.
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